A few years ago, Andy started Halogenics with a goal of working closely with many of Australia's top medical research institutions to develop, implement, and support software that would facilitate better research. Halogenics implemented the full stack of Atlassian software – JIRA, Confluence, HipChat, Bamboo, Bitbucket - upon its inception in 2008. As a small company of three, they needed a solution that was powerful, yet cost effective.

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Learn about how email is the new 'snail mail' for service teams. This is the third post in our series on how your service team can build on top of email support with JIRA Service Desk by getting the right information from the start, automatically categorizing tickets, and routing tickets to the right people. Read more in the series here. Imagine sharing your shoes with multiple people – it's doable, but it's not easy. You need to coordinate to make sure everyone gets them when they need them.

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Webinar Recap: Git at Scale for Growing Teams

Kelvin Yap, Product Marketing Manager for Atlassian's Developer Tools, presented why people love Git and how Stash and Stash Data Center help professional teams scale their use of Git. If your team has concerns about security, scalability, and maintaining high performance and are struggling to choose a Git solution that addresses your concerns, this webinar is for you.

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Building great software is hard. It's one of the most intensely collaborative processes in the working world. Development teams are constantly battling the effects of tools that don't seamlessly integrate, aren't flexible enough to work for them, or aren't powerful enough to do what they need. JIRA and Confluence are integrated, flexible, and powerful tools; and we want to show you how they meet the needs of your software lifecycle in a webinar that showcases real use-cases and best practices from Garmin and Atlassian.

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Stand-up at Atlassian: how we do it

Stand-up is one of the fundamental parts of agile development, and it’s often the most misunderstood. Let’s be real: stand-ups by themselves don’t make your team agile. They aren’t about inflating egos or justifying job descriptions. They aren’t a time to plan; Sprint planning is for planning. They also aren’t the only time to mention blockers. If you’re stuck, ask for help!

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Join us on March 10th at 2pm est for a webinar dedicated to 'Conversation-Driven DevOps'. At its heart, the goal of DevOps is better communication between the dev and operations teams at an organization. Some of the tools that help achieve this include version control, chat, and monitoring. By moving the conversations around development and operations out of email and into chat, everyone can see exactly what is going on at every step of the way.

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